Malarrimo Motel

Address: Blvd. Zapata, Guerrero Negro, Baja California, 23940, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Blvd. Zapata, Guerrero Negro, is near Playa El Borrego, Las Islitas, Contaduria, and Villa Hidalgo.
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      Travel Blogs from Guerrero Negro

      Creatures 7 -- Mind Officially Blown Now

      A travel blog entry by beautyland on Mar 02, 2015

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... is a calving lagoon in which there is a gentleman's agreement between members of the panga boat cooperatives that if a gray whale approaches a panga, the other panga skippers will stay back and wait until that whale or another whale chooses to approach them. That is the reason (respect of the whales) that we have come to this forty-mile long lagoon to whale watch.

      I am surprised to learn that gray whales are considered ...

      Confined to Quarters

      A travel blog entry by richard.boase on Feb 03, 2015

      4 photos

      ... while in Cafe Carinthia. No treadmill today, nor Promenade Deck circuits. It was gone midday by the time I returned, just after the Captain had given us his daily report. He advised us that the temperature was only 20c, although it seemed higher, despite the strong breeze. He told us to look out for whales this afternoon, but I didn't see any. It wasn't until this trip that I realised quite how big Mexico is. We entered Mexican ...

      One Great Museum

      A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Jan 28, 2015

      13 photos

      ... audio guide in English was available.
      The building swoops down a hillside moving you down from the earlest history to the last stages of pre-Hispanic development. And many of the artefacts are breathaking in their beauty, in the miracle of their preservation (life-size pottery models of gods etc) and in the excellence of the preservation.
      So that's it for this posting - a museum to be celebrated and lots of photos of exhibits.

      Back to our favourite!

      A travel blog entry by gerad-and-lisa on Sep 01, 2014

      1 comment

      ... hanging out with other crew we knew in El Tunco then Lisa and I went and stayed in El Zonte for 5 nights to chill out and to be right in front of a good waves. I surfed it everyday, twice a day and Dan, Steph and Bec (Steph's friend) came out and joined us for one of them, relaxing in the pool while Dan and I surfed. We ate super healthy again and did a bit of yoga which made for a great 5 days. We treated ourselves to a fancy dinner at this ...

      Up and Over the Valley of the Cirios

      A travel blog entry by hawkinsw on Dec 02, 2013

      3 comments, 12 photos

      ... agricultural land we would see for many miles. It wasn't long before we saw the first of the Cirios, nicknamed the boojum. My favorite cactus because it only grows in a limited section of Baja. The Cirio, in Spanish, the candle, looks like an upside down carrot. The recent rains in central Baja have caused it to leaf out from the many short stems on the trunk and flower small straw color blooms at the top. Many more plants are also in bloom. ...